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Old Wed, Sep-11-02, 11:41
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Thank you so much Donald, I made this Monday night and it's almost gone! It is delicious. I added garlic and basil pizza sauce and used asparagus and turkey bacon as toppings. How many carbs per slice, anyone know? This one will definitely become part of my menu
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Old Wed, Sep-11-02, 11:49
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I made this again last night. It's great anytime of the day. As far the carb count goes it all depends on the topping you put on and in what quantity. You could try going to www.fitday.com and entering the ingredients.

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Old Wed, Sep-11-02, 12:16
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I kept meaning to and finally just did:

The carb count (for the base only) is listed in the original thread about this recipe

Nat
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Old Wed, Sep-11-02, 12:22
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I was just thinking that I should put the base in as a separate item in Fitday, then I will only have to add the toppings. I always put different stuff on each time.

Lesley
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Old Wed, Sep-11-02, 19:10
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I love it.

I forgot to put the cream in it and I poured the mixture into an 11”by 17”pan and it was delicious also I overcook the crust.

Perfect taste
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Old Mon, Sep-16-02, 18:13
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My wife made this tonight after I found the recipe.....oh my gosh...I am ready for football season...this is fantastic

Thanks
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Old Sun, Sep-22-02, 18:01
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I finally got around to trying this: it's fantastic!! I put the pepperoni along the bottom, as someone suggested. I put a healthy dose of oregano into the 'crust' and the smell in the kitchen was heavenly!! My next experiment: foccachia quiche made the same way. I guess I should call it Foc-quiche-ia. Or Faux-coccia.

Thanks again for the recipe, Donald! Two thumbs up!
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Old Fri, Oct-04-02, 07:21
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I can't wait to try this tonight!
Friday night has been pizza night in our family forever.

Now, I will make mine while the rest of my family has theirs.

Thank You!
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Old Sat, Oct-05-02, 08:01
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I just had to reply with a big "THANK YOU!"

I was dreading pizza night until I found this recipe & I enjoyed mine more than the rest of the family enjoyed theirs!

Terrific & thank you so much for posting it!
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Old Wed, Oct-16-02, 22:48
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So good...I thought I was cheating!!!!

Thank you!

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Old Mon, Oct-21-02, 19:19
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This recipe is SO versatile. I make it all the time. And no matter what I put on it, I like it best COLD. But it's so hard to let it cool so I can put it in a container and chill it in the fridge.
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Old Tue, Oct-22-02, 15:29
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Smile Letting it cool...

I also enjoy this dish cold...

...but I always liked cold pizza!

My trouble is keeping my hands off of it long enough to let it cool. I make a batch intended for freezing, but I always end up snatching a bite here and there and the next thing you know I've eaten an entire piece.

It does smell wonderful when cooking, and it's a great way to enjoy the taste of pizza without the crust.

Glad y'all enjoy it as much as I do.

Donald
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Old Tue, Oct-22-02, 16:30
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I just had to send a big cyber hug to the man responsible for returning pizza to my (and my 2 year old's ) dinner routine! This recipe is heaven and my favorite breakfast. I never thought about COLD - do you mean icebox cold or room temp cold?

DWRolfe: I've lurked in your journal and thanks for every bit of inspiration in there too!

Any other award winning recipes??
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Old Tue, Oct-22-02, 17:03
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I like it best right out of the fridge.
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Old Wed, Oct-23-02, 15:17
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omg That is sooooo good.......I used the pepperoni like azure listed..........FANTASTIC!!!!!
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